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Dr. Christine Moser
Prenatal care during early stages of pregnancy can result in early detection of some pregnancy related complications which can help reduce both maternal and infant mortality (Conway et al., 2006). The cost of service has been identified as an important determinant of the utilization of prenatal care in most developing countries. This paper evaluates how Ghana’s social health insurance program affects the timing of prenatal care utilization using survival analysis techniques. This paper hypothesizes that having insurance will result in early utilization of prenatal care.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Abrokwah, Ama Agyeiwaa, "Why do Women Delay in Seeking Prenatal Care? A Discrete-Time Survival Analysis" (2017). Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. 218.